Sega's cranking out hardware again, but it's not what you think.
Are you worried that prying eyes are trying to look at your laptop? This knit viewing sock solves that problem in a gloriously dorky way.
Google's Chrome OS is an interesting pet project that has been hobbled by an awkward combination of wimpy hardware and an unclear value proposition. Those issues look set to end today with the launch of a $249 Samsung Chromebook.
Liquids are much better than air at transferring heat from one place to another, like from a busy CPU or GPU to anywhere else convenient. This is why if you're trying to air-cool your PC, you need either a bunch of big fans, or you can use a compact liquid cooling system. It seems a little weird, then, that it's taken this long for someone to cram liquid cooling into a laptop.
This prototype bike from European carmaker Peugeot (known to DVICE readers for its crazy concept vehicles) is sure to turn heads. The company's new design is centered around something unusual — a centrally mounted place to stow your laptop while pedaling.
Not only was stealing a laptop not a crime in this story, students successfully lifting the laptops from University of Twente in the Netherlands could count as university credit. Who says crime doesn't pay?
With a sea of Ultrabooks coming out soon and Windows 8 on track for a release by the end of the year, it's time PC makers start differentiating themselves. Tobii's eye-tracking tech is really cool, and word on the block is that Asus is working to integrate Kinect sensors directly into laptops.
I'm not a Mac person. I don't like the culture, I don't like the cost, and I definitely don't like having Apple tell me what I can and can't do. But if Apple manages to create a MacBook powered by a fuel cell (and new patents suggest they're working on it), then that's it. Game over. I'll be buying a MacBook.
The fact that portable electronics are getting to the point where battery life is simply not a concern is absolutely wonderful. We're not quite there yet, but we're so, so close. Intel is working on a new processor architecture that can run itself using nothing but light: no plugs, no batteries, just solar power.
You know what your life is missing? A laptop that can grate cheese. And then cook up a burger to put that cheese on. No, it's not ridiculous, it's... Well, fine. It's ridiculous. But I want it.